The Gallery at NUA
The Gallery at NUA presents a vibrant programme of exhibitions by internationally recognised artists, designers and media practitioners. Exhibitions are accompanied by seminars and lectures delivered by exhibitors, specialists and curators which enrich the experience of our students and public visitors alike. There are also a wide range of publications available to buy from our Sales & Information desk, associated both with current and recent shows and events and also with the NUA and Eastinternational archives. The Sales & Information desk is located within the Gallery.
For latest news and events please visit the student led gallery blog. You can also follow the gallery on twitter @galleryatNUA and facebook.
If you would like to receive news of upcoming exhibitions by email, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with 'subscribe to mailings' in the subject line.
Tuesday Ten Minute Talks
Norwich University of the Arts is delighted to extend its series of 'Ten Minute Tuesday Talks' which accompany the Gallery's programme of exhibitions featuring internationally recognised artists, designers and media practitioners. Each talk offers a glimpse into the exhibits, curators and works on show. Each talk is open to the public and free of charge, no booking necessary, starting at 12.30pm in the Gallery space.
'Dear Lynda…' (30 Apr – 25 May 2013)
Ten Minute Talk: Tuesday 30 April 2013 12.30pm
During exhibitions the Gallery is open Tuesday - Saturday, 12 - 5pm. We are closed on Sunday and Monday. ADMISSION FREE.
Find The Gallery at NUA
The Gallery at NUA
St George's Street
If you would like to bring a group of visitors to the gallery, including school visits, we may be able to arrange a tour of the exhibition or create and activity for your group.
Contact The Gallery at NUA
- Norwich University of the Arts, Francis House, 3-7 Redwell Street, Norwich, NR2 4SN
- Telephone: +44 (0)1603 886385
- email: email@example.com
As part of the Norfolk and Norwich Festival 2013, the Gallery at NUA is proud to present 'Lynda Morris: Dear Lynda...', a fitting homecoming to celebrate the ongoing work of NUA Professor of Curation and Art History Lynda Morris, curator, writer, patron and muse.
Become a Friend of NUA
Friends enjoy a range of benefits including invites to exclusive NUA events such as the annual Degree Shows, Fashion Shows, lectures, artist talks, screenings, exhibitions and events at the Gallery. To download an applications form, please visit Supporting NUA or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you are interested in sponsorship opportunities or hiring the space, we offer a wide range of options to suit your requirements.